I have tried to avoid saying much about the “Confederate statues” kerfuffle. That’s partly because the issue is more complicated than it’s often made out to be.
President Trump earlier this week issued a revised version of his infamous executive order to temporarily ban the issuance of new green cards and visas for nationals from Iran, Syria, Yemen, Libya, Somalia, and Sudan. The new order dropped Iraq, which eviscerated Trump’s argument that the list of banned countries is based on an existing list […]
If ever there were a strong candidate for the death penalty, it would seem to be Dylann Roof.
Early proponents of the minimum wage advocated it not in spite of, but for its deleterious effects on minority populations.
While many did not predict the outcome of this election, everyone knew one thing: half of the country would be devastated.
A lack of basic police accountability foments distrust within communities, especially communities of color, turning the social contract on its head.